Arctic Continues Its Deranged Behavior, Refusing To Listen To “The Overwhelming Judgment” Of 97% Of Scientists

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President Obama says that the overwhelming judgment of science agrees with his mindless BS about the climate. The Arctic disagrees.

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Frequency Of Very Cold Days In 2014 Fifth Highest On Record In US

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Not only is the US having the coldest summer on record, but the country also had one of the coldest winters on record.

Despite strong UHI effects due to asphalt, central heating and snow removal, loss of rural stations, etc., the frequency of 0F (-18C) days in 2014 so far was fifth highest on record, and the highest in 35 years.

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Coolest Summer On Record In The US

But aren’t we at the “crisis”, “tipping point” of “runaway” CO2 induced warming?

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The frequency of 90 degree days in the US has been plummeting for 80 years, and 2014 has had the lowest frequency of 90 degree days through July 23 on record. The only other year which came close was 1992, and that was due to dust in the atmosphere from Mt Pinatubo.

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Criminal Science Update

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One of the most damning bits of evidence against the climate fraudsters is how they have changed their story.

A few years ago it was all about feedbacks, declining sea ice, atmospheric warming, polar amplification, warm winters and declining snowfall.

Now they claim they predicted their failures all along, declare every weather event to be unprecedented, and claim that CO2 somehow heats the depths of the ocean where temperatures can’t be measured.

Unbelievable that the press and White House support these crooks.

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The stark reality of green tech’s solar and wind contribution to world energy

Via Bjørn Lomborg :

Many climate campaigners like to point out that renewables are getting so cheap that they can compete with fossil fuels.

Except they keep needing subsidies (because wind turbines can only compete when the wind’s blowing).

Australia is a good example. The government is thinking about scrapping the huge subsidies, and even before it is announced, the renewable energy industry grinds to a halt, as Sydney Morning Herald tells us.

Tellingly, they say that reductions could “potentially affect the viability of even existing investments.”

Watts Up With That?

Summed in in one graph that says it all.

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Hottest Year Ever Brings Five Feet Of Snow To Victoria

US Having The Quietest Fire Season On Record

Another canary noted.

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Burn acreage through July 18 is about one third of normal.

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National Interagency Fire Center

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